Definitions for "PATH"
A way, course, or track, in which anything moves or has moved; route; passage; an established way; as, the path of a meteor, of a caravan, of a storm, of a pestilence. Also used figuratively, of a course of life or action.
The specification of a file in terms of the where it is in the hierarchy of directories in the filesystem. This specification is relative to the root directory if it begins with a slash(/) or relative to your current working directory if the beginning slash is omitted. A full path is generally one specified relative to the root directory and so always begins with a slash (/). Example paths: / the root directory . your current working directory .. the directory above your current working directory (the parent directory) /u/s/smith user smith's home directory /u/s/smith/.bash_profile the full path of the .bashr_profile file in user smith's home directory bin a directory named bin which is a subdirectory of the directory you are currently in /bin a directory named bin which is a subdirectory of the root directory ../bin a directory named bin which is a subdirectory of the directory above you (the parent directory of your current working directory) root directory The top (or bottom depending upon how you look at it) of the directory hierarchy in the filesystem. All directories and files branch off of the root directory. The root directory is specified with a path of just the slash
a set of directories for pipeline input and output data or, in the sense of path file, a specific set of parameters for an OPUS pipeline
Keywords:  vertex, traverse, sequence, bezier, arc
An editable line segment connecting two or more path points.
A path is a sequence of consecutive edges in a graph and the length of the path is the number of edges traversed. (This illustration shows a path of length four.)
The basic component from which objects are constructed. A path can be open (for example, a line) or closed (for example, a circle), and it can be made up of a single line or curve segment or many joined segments.
To walk or go.
A way, a walk, or journey, usually depicting the spiritual story of our advancement.
a journey, and his journey to complete evil is far too short
a concatenation of directed links originating at one station, extending through one or more digipeaters and terminating at another station
a concatenation of OGDL elements written in expression format and separated by dots
a concatenation of OGDL expressions
Keywords:  granth, sahib, guru, akhand, gurbani
A reading from the Sikh scriptures
the liturgical reading of the Guru Granth Sahib. On special occasions the book is read non-stop from cover to cover by relays of people ( akhand path ). At other times, it can be read over seven days (for example, as part of the funeral and mourning period) or greater periods of time. All ordered reading of the book is called path.
A reading of the Guru Granth Sahib.
a collection of straight lines and curves stored internally in GDI
a complex shape create by a series of GDI function calls
a linear series of documents that represents a focused, contextualized tour through part of the nonlinear web of documents
A term for the shape of an element in an illustration. A path, on its own will not show on the hardcopy until it has a line weight and color attribute (or fill) assigned to it.
A path is the shape of a single element in an illustration. A path will not show unless it has a fill or line weight assigned to it.
End-to-end transport of a service usually consisting of multiple lines and sections. (SONET)
PATH is a federally sponsored program providing services to homeless persons.
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness - This is a formula grant authorized by the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Amendments Act of 1990 to provide community-based services for people with serious mental illness who are homeless or at imminent of becoming homeless.
Keywords:  trail, hiking, buffalo, atlanta, beaten
a beaten path or trail left by the passage of persons, buffalo, etc.; an early road
The trail along which a computer-graphics object travels.
A path is a trail with no repeated vertices (except possibly the first and last). Here is an example of a path
the direction the clubhead is traveling (generally thought of in relation to the target line). Example: "An outside-in path will cause a slice if the ball is contacted with a square or open clubface."
an established line of travel or access
A means of planar travel that requires actual physical movement. Commonly known paths include the rivers Styx and Oceanus, Mount Olympus, the World Ash Yggdrasil, and the lnfinite Staircase of Ysgard.
A trodden way; a footway.
1. A way of behaving. 2. Any system of religious practice.
a course of conduct; "the path of virtue"; "we went our separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius usually follows a revolutionary path"
Keywords:  trajectory, swing, club, head
Same as trajectory.
Trajectory of the club head during a swing.
PATH is a 27-kilometre network of pedestrian tunnels beneath the office towers of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
pigeon superstition polymorphism printStackTrace push vs pull
The path of initiation whereby the disciple who pursues the Christ consciousness overcomes step by step the limitations of selfhood in time and space and attains reunion with Reality through the ritual of the ascension.
The longitudinal center line of a Landsat scene of a Landsat scene, corresponding to the center of an orbital track. Sequential numbers from east to west are assigned to 233 nominal satellite tracks for Landsat 7. Path numbers are used with row numbers to designate nominal scene center points.
A set of sequentially connected activities in a project network diagram.
Keywords:  dmp, hba, array, scsi, passive
When a disk is connected to a host, the path to the disk consists of the HBA (Host Bus Adapter) on the host, the SCSI or fibre cable connector and the controller on the disk or disk array. These components constitute a path to a disk. A failure on any of these results in DMP trying to shift all I/O for that disk onto the remaining (alternate) paths. Also see active/passive disk arrays, primary path and secondary path.
an array of speci c
a logical connection between a point where an STS or VT is multiplexed to the point where it is demultiplexed
A path is a connected series of nets and logic elements. A path has a start point and an end point that are different depending on the type of path. The time taken for a signal to propagate through a path is referred to as the path delay.
path in a space ''X'' is a continuous map ''f'' from the closed unit interval into ''X''. The point ''f''(0) is the initial point of ''f''; the point ''f''(1) is the terminal point of ''f''.
Partnership for Access to Healthcare is dedicated to creating a culturally sensitive and seamless health and social services delivery system for residents of the New Orleans area that is patient centered, timely, safe, effective, efficient and equitable.
Keywords:  pen, tool, shape, create, line
a line or shape you create using the pen tools
a shape created using the Pen Tool
in printed circuit technology, a conductive strip connecting pads on the surface of one- or two-sided boards or inside a multilayer board, formed by print and etch subtractive methods on copper-foil laminated surfaces, or by plating with additive methods.
A conductor that directs electricity in a circuit. In welding, the path is often copper wire.
Partnership for Advancing the Transition to Hydrogen
Vermont Department of Prevention, Assistance, Transition and Health Access. Previously called the Vermont Department of Social Welfare. State agency that oversees social welfare and related programs and services.
a ThingLab object that represents a symbolic reference to a subpart
plausible preclude procedure purpose
One of many signal paths on a matrix switching card. A path is established by the actuation of a relay at a row and column crosspoint. See also CHANNEL.
a type of meta structure that links conceptually similar information in a hypertextual Web
The set of links through an IP network which corresponds to an IP call leg.
a system of symbology, knowledge, understanding, ethics and/or morality, tools and visualization techniques used to produce a magical effect
Keywords:  hudson, trans, port, authority
Port Authority Trans-Hudson
Keywords:  winnt, command, alarm, look, conductor
Any conductor, optic fiber, radio carrier, or other means for transmitting fire alarm system information between two or more locations.
a list of locations for the computer to look for commands if the full path is not given.
a mental concept describing how to get from a location A to a location B
an address, not a means of navigation
a navigational structure, not just a navigational potentiality
A way of indicating the categories and subcategories navigated to reach a certain point.
a mathematically perfect entity
In mathematics, a path in a topological space X is a continuous map f from the unit interval I = [0,1] to X
Keywords:  karma, love, abstract, concept
an abstract concept like love, karma
Keywords:  thank, clicks, html, visitor, distinct
A Path is defined as a series of clicks resulting in distinct page views. A Path cannot contain non-pages, such as image files. Each step in a path will have a name, such as "index.html".
As in "Paths Through Site"; when a visitor moves from page to page within a site, they follow, or generate, a specific path for their movement. For example, a visitor enters your site via the Default.html page, clicks on a link to Product.html, then proceeds to Order.html, and they finally leave via Thank_you.html. Therefore, the path for this visit would look like: default.html/product.html/order.html/thank_you.html.
a set of time indexed keyframes, each of which contains a transformation
Keywords:  usr, bin, perl, software, server
This usually refers to the path of software on a server. For example the path to the software perl is /usr/bin/perl.
Keywords:  logic, referenced, sql, tells, clause
a logical connection between two records or tables which tells SQL how to join the two data sources when they are referenced in a FROM clause on a SELECT
a set of branches in which the program logic flows
Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways. The producers of the world's largest bibliographical database pertaining to Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Keywords:  timetable, slot, rail, scheduled, train
Time slot within the national rail timetable into which a train can be scheduled
A term widely used in Buddhism to signify a process of development and transformation over time.
Keywords:  pipeline, instance
an instance of a pipeline
Keywords:  ginny, idea, good
a good idea Ginny
Appropriate Technologies for Health
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health
PATH is a unique two-dimensional programming language. Unlike conventional programming languages, which read a program in a left-to-right, top-to-bottom fashion, PATH programs can go up, down, left, and right, and change directions at will.
a list of directions for the mouse ( left , center , or right )
Keywords:  realistic, test, severe
a more realistic and severe test
Physicians at Teaching Hospitals
a succession of pages a customer visits from the moment he enters the store to the moment he leaves
Keywords:  overlay, sits, image, work, top
A path is an overlay that sits on top of your image, allowing you to work with it.
A digital selection of an image area usually stored in an alpha channel. Also referred to as "clipping path".
A representation of a border that surrounds an object to identify a selection. The path shows where an effect will be applied, and it can provide a guide for typing text.
Keywords:  repetition, known, place, others
a place where others have been and is a repetition of the known
a complete circuit between two packet radio stations
a change of position within a field which otherwise remains sufficiently constant
Keywords:  dimension, length, region, one
A region that has one dimension, length.
See connection.
A path is a graphical connection between symbols, usually used to show a relationship.
Keywords:  script, section, called
the section called “
Keywords:  something, one
To make a path in, or on (something), or for (some one).
Keywords:  address, see
see IP address path